Bahá'u'lláh

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Once upon a time there lived a man in Persia, named Bob, who declared that a new prophet of God would come one day, in the distant future. For saying this, Bob was shot.

Almost immediately thereafter, another man named Bahá'u'lláh declared that he was the new messenger once foretold by the prophecies of Bob.

Bahá'u'lláh was the Promised One of All Religions: he was the Second Coming of Jesus, the First Coming of the Jewish Messiah, and he was also Krishna and Buddha and Mohammed for some reason.

He declared that people should love one another, except, of course, for the faggots and heretics, as always.

And so the people constructed many very expensive temples all over the world, and guilt tripped each other into making pilgrimages to them.

And there was much rejoicing.

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